Related Articles
Wind generation, northern Poland
Forward article link
Share PDF with colleagues

Poland and Bosnia-Herzegovina ramp up renewables

Eastern European countries are racing to build capacity to wean themselves off coal and hydropower respectively

The Polish wind market is flourishing as it seeks to reduce its dependence on coal, while Bosnia and Herzegovina is eyeing new solar capacities that could fix what many consider to be a misguided hydropower-heavy renewables policy. Most Eastern European countries are lagging considerably behind their Western European neighbours in the adoption of renewable energy, with a ubiquitous heavy dependence on hydrocarbons and often outdated regulatory frameworks, but the recent news is indicative of a larger trend in the region. “There is scope for attracting both local and European subsidies given the increased focus on promoting renewables and increasingly ambitious climate goals” Volo

Comments

Comments

{{ error }}
{{ comment.comment.Name }} • {{ comment.timeAgo }}
{{ comment.comment.Text }}
Also in this section
Entropy’s low-cost modular CCS technology
7 May 2021
Post-combustion modular technology allows capture of emissions from most common sources of industrial process rather than just largest single source
Batteries, hydrogen and CCS key to transition
7 May 2021
Reaching net-zero emissions will require widespread deployment of all three technologies
Obstacles to renewables growth can be addressed
7 May 2021
Supply chain resilience, intermittency issues and ageing grids all stand in the way of decarbonising power supply
Sign Up For Our Newsletter
Project Data
Maps
PE Store
Social Links
Social Feeds
Featured Video